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Greenbelt Festivals
Somewhere To Believe In
All the leaves are brown and the sky is grey... and we’re back for the second series of Somewhere To Believe In, a podcast by the people who bring you Greenbelt Festival.Each week we’ll meet brilliant guests and chat to them about their life and work. We want to bring you timely, provocative and funny dollops of hopefulness, to keep us all going in these strange times. This time around we’re celebrating artists that we love and we know you’ll love them too. We’ll also be digging into our love of fields, festivals and communal gatherings – remember those? – and...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 21 ratings
Whatever your outlook on life, religion, social justice, the arts, this new PodCast from two of the hive mind behind the Greenbelt Arts Festival is fantastic. Paul and Katherine gel really well together to bring a glimpse of some of todays big topics we normally get in the talks and seminars at...Read full review »
ResidentGeekUK via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/31/20
Greenbelt has been my life, well some of it, since 1978. It has entertained, provoked, inspired and knackered me every August Bank Holiday. I don’t know what will replace it this year. Probably a weekend watching American Pickers!
wattsycricket via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 07/06/20
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